Fisher-Price drew attention to nearly five million children Friday, when more than 30 babies died in ten years.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) said anyone who bought Fisher-Price Rock 'n Play Sleeper should stop using it immediately and contact Fisher-Price for a refund or coupon. Sleepers used for sleeping babies are soft-lined cradles that vibrate.
Fisher-Price and CPSC said that death occurred when infants leapt from the back to the stomach or sides, while they were unlimited, but did not determine how they died. In the article this week, Consumer Reports found that some babies died due to suffocation.
A warning was issued last week, but the American Pediatric Academy, Fisher Price and CPSC, called for the memory of the pigs called them "deadly".
Fisher-Price said in a statement on Friday that he was in favor of the safety of his products and said that he issued a voluntary cancellation "due to reported cases when the product was used in violation of safety warnings and instructions."
The recall covers about 4.7 million thresholds, which have been sold since 2009 from 40 to 149 USD.